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Developing a screening tool of social cognitive abilities in schizophrenia and brain injury

Researchers at the University of Newcastle, Australia are developing a screening tool of social cognitive abilities for individuals with schizophrenia spectrum disorder or acquired brain injury. Read on to find out how CANTAB is supporting this effort.

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